>> Or just use the backup function. iirc, the config downloaded through
>> the front-end backup function is the one stored in the ramfs, not the
>> floppy. Only time the floppy is accessed is on boot to read the
>> config, then when you make any changes.
> Which would seem to imply that if you simply put in a new formatted
> floppy and make a change, it would rewrite the updated config to disk.
good point, but you might have to unmount the floppy through exec.php
first and remount the new one - never tried switching floppies on my
m0n0 while running, I just know it*is* mounted during operations:
m0n0wall: execute command
/dev/md0c on / (ufs, local)
procfs on /proc (procfs, local)
/dev/fd0 on /cf (msdos, local, read-only)
Just in case, make a backup through the proposed solutions first, just
in case :)